“No Win Scenario” is the fourth episode of the third season of the TV show “Star Trek: Picard” and follows “Seventeen Seconds”. It’s available in various countries on the Paramount+ streaming platform and in many other countries on Amazon Prime Video.
The situation for the USS Titan looks hopeless with its systems nearing depletion. William Riker (Jonathan Frakes) finds himself in a seemingly impossible situation while 7 of 9 (Jeri Ryan) tries to locate an intruder on the ship.
The novel “The Haunted Stars” by Edmond Moore Hamilton was published for the first time in 1960.
Robert Fairlie is an expert on ancient languages who thinks he’s about to start a new academic study. Only during his journey, he’s revealed that his services are needed to translate a language present in the ruins discovered on the Moon of a base dating back 30,000 years.
The work of Robert Fairlie and other experts seems impossible because they have no reference points to understand that ancient civilization. However, an intuition leads Fairlie to see similarities between the language used by the inhabitants of the ancient moon base and Sumerian. Understanding that language means rediscovering highly advanced technologies but also a war against a very powerful enemy.
“Seventeen Seconds” is the third episode of the third season of the TV show “Star Trek: Picard” and follows “Disengage”. It’s available in various countries on the Paramount+ streaming platform and in many other countries on Amazon Prime Video.
The USS Titan is on the run from the Shrike and the only hope seems to lose it in the nebula but Vadic (Amanda Plummer) and her team always seem to find its tracks. Raffi Musiker (Michelle Hurd) receives new information from Worf (Michael Dorn) crucial for a new mission.
The novel “Going Dark” by Linda Nagata was published for the first time in 2015. It’s the third book of The Red trilogy and follows “The Trials”.
James Shelley dropped everything to join an unofficial and unrecognized team conducting covert operations to thwart possible global threats. Their targets are indicated by the Red, which is supposed to provide the information needed to hit targets most effectively.
When a mission turns out to be full of unexpected events, Shelley and his team find themselves in a complicated situation. What is supposed to be a laboratory where they develop biological weapons seems to have very different purposes. Troubles at the team’s escape route lead to serious consequences that leave doubt about the Red’s intelligence. It’s evidence that the Red can’t be trusted.
“Disengage” is the second episode of the third season of the TV show “Star Trek: Picard” and follows “The Next Generation”. It’s available in various countries on the Paramount+ streaming platform and in many other countries on Amazon Prime Video.
Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and William Riker (Jonathan Frakes) find themselves in a seemingly hopeless situation with the systems that keep Beverly Crusher (Gates McFadden) alive barely functioning. Above all, an unknown starship threatens them and tries to teleport Jack Crusher (Ed Speelers). After the terrorist attack, Raffi Musiker (Michelle Hurd) is ordered to disengage but she doesn’t believe the official statements and decides to investigate on her own.